Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack: Saturday Night Fever is a 1977 American dance drama music film that came under the direction of John Badham.
The film is based on “Tribal Rites of the New Saturday Night,” which was penned by Nik Cohn, and the screenplay is written by Norman Wexler.
It stars John Travolta as Tony Manero, Karen Lynn Gorney, Barry Miller, Joseph Cali, Paul Pape, Donna Pescow, Bruce Ornstein, and more.
It is produced by Robert Stigwood with executive producer Kevin McCormick and Milt Felsen as an associate producer.
Release Date: Saturday Night Fever was come out in the united states on December 16, 1977 by Paramount Pictures.
Who Composed Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack?
The Saturday Night Fever soundtrack was composed by the trio of Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, and Robin Gibb. The film was released in 1977.
Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb, and Robin Gibb were brothers who formed the Bee Gees, one of the most successful musical groups of all time.
Barry was the oldest of the three and was known for his unique high-pitched falsetto voice. Maurice was the middle brother who played a variety of instruments, including bass guitar, piano, and organ.
Robin was the youngest and was known for his clear and powerful voice. Together, the Bee Gees created a series of hit songs in the 1960s, 1970s, and above, including “Stayin’ Alive,” “How Deep Is Your Love,” and “Night Fever.”
Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack
Here is the complete list of Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack, which came out in 1977. The soundtrack album was released in 1977 and includes 17 tracks performed by various artists.
- Stayin’ Alive: “Stayin’ Alive” is a Disco song that was written and performed by the legendary Bee Gees. It was released as the second single in 1977. It has since become a classic of the genre and is recognized globally for its iconic sound and catchy lyrics.
- How Deep Is Your Love: In 1977, the Bee Gees, a popular pop band, wrote and recorded a pop ballad titled “How Deep Is Your Love”. The song falls under the Soft rock genre and was released as a single in September of the same year.
- Night Fever: It is a popular disco song by the Bee Gees, released in 1978. The song became a disco anthem and topped the charts in the US and many other countries.
- More Than a Woman: The Bee Gees’ “More Than a Woman” was recorded in 1973. It became a regular part of their live performances until Maurice Gibb’s death in 2003 and is often played with “Night Fever”. The song comes under the disco genre.
- If I Can’t Have You: It is a disco love song by Yvonne Elliman. It was written by the Bee Gees and Freddie Perren in 1977 for the film Saturday Night Fever. The song was later released as a single in 1978 and topped the charts in the US and Canada.
- A Fifth of Beethoven: “A Fifth of Beethoven” is a disco instrumental music by Walter Murphy, released in 1976. The song was a commercial success, reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Dance Chart and No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100.
- More Than a Woman: “More Than a Woman” is a disco classic written by the Bee Gees and Freddie Perren. Tavares covered it for the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, and their version became a hit.
- Manhattan Skyline: “Manhattan Skyline” is a song written by Bill Oakes and performed by David Shire. It was released in 1977 with a runtime of 4:45.
- Calypso Breakdown: The song was recorded in 1976. William Eaton wrote this R&B/Soul, Musica tropicale, Jazz song and it was produced by MacDonald and William Salter.
- Night on Disco Mountain: It is a song that was performed by David Shire. It was originally titled “Night on Bald Mountain,” a classical piece composed by Modest Mussorgsky. The song was arranged by David Shire and Bill Oakes and was released in 1977.
Here are some of the additional songs of Saturday Night Fever:
- Open Sesame
- Jive Talkin
- You Should Be Dancing
- Boogie Shoes
- Disco Inferno
Saturday Night Fever Official Trailer
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